Supernatural: Season 11
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Supernatural: The Complete Eleventh Season (DVD)
In the show’s tenth season, Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki & Jensen Ackles) faced their most personal threat yet. The all-powerful Mark of Cain threatened to consume Dean, turning him into one of the monsters he has spent his life hunting. Meanwhile, a formidable witch, Rowena (Ruth Connell), rose to power to claim her position at the right hand of the King of Hell, Crowley (Mark A. Sheppard). Once Rowena revealed herself to be Crowley’s mother, the King was forced to choose between his family and the Winchesters — all while Sam, with the help of fallen angel Castiel (Misha Collins), Crowley and some unlikely allies, waged a desperate battle to save Dean from the Mark of Cain. Taking matters into his own hands, Dean paid a terrible price to break free of the curse, but with Death defeated and Darkness freed upon the Earth, the Winchesters will need all the help they can get.]]>
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At the end of season ten, when the darkness was unleashed, I had high hopes for season eleven. It definitely has it a high points, but let me start where it's lacking. First, the dragging thru the first few episodes felt like filler. I understand the concept behind what they were trying to do, but it just felt blah. Second, the darkness and Dean's connection just wasn't well portrayed. I just wasn't getting the vibe that they had any chemistry, and personally, the actress who plays the darkness was average at best. So far all the characters in the series seemed to be played well by their actors/actresses, but the performance of the darkness just seemed lacking.
Neither of these took away from the season in my opinion for a few reasons. First, Misha Collins new role was exceptional. He has portrayed every part in this show impeccably, but this may be my all time favorite. Second, the introduction/ reintroduction of an old character who most were sure fell out of existence (no spoilers here but every one knows who I mean) was the pivotal moment the season was leading up to. Seeing them last season, I knew something big was coming, and it hit the nail on the head. Third, the show still manages to stick to its roots. I love the new monsters, that's what hooked me in the beginning and it still entices me today. I love the laughs I still get, I think they are more prominent as the seasons go by. I love the general feels from this show, the roller coaster of emotions. Last but never least, Jim Beavers tolkien episode always reminds me of the good old days. I hope they keep that up thru the course of the show.
Overall, I was highly impressed. The great outweighed the minimal amount of bland and I'm looking forward to owning season twelve.
I'll be updating this review when I have the box set in hand with a rundown of the extra features, and periodically as the season goes should the quality change, but thus far the show has proven itself to still be one of the best paranormal mystery/action thrillers on television. It's a rare thing for a show to go for more than a decade without stagnating or becoming dull. Supernatural has not only managed to pull that off, but honestly seems to only get better with age.
One final point I want to make. If you watch the show online, then please be sure to buy this DVD/BR set. Supernatural has been around for a long time, it even survived the 2007 writers guild strike that wound up killing the momentum of so many other shows (Heroes, Prison Break, Lost, etc). Supernatural has been, and continues to be, a masterpiece of entertainment. With piracy at an all time high, and with the economy the way it is, it's more important than ever to support fantastic and original shows like this in order to keep them going for all to enjoy.
The folks that out-source Supernatural aren't doing it for just out of love; they're trying to make a
living. If you SEE it without paying for it, "they" get no compensation. I suppose more money is
made via Blu-ray/DVD sales... but, most folks just DON'T buy the hard-copies anymore... but I do!
I love all TWELVE SEASONS! Know how rare THAT is? Gilligan's Island: 3 ; Andy Griffith Show: 8.
Don't get me started with THE SIMPSONS! Is that, a-n-d, SNL at FORTY! ? 39; 38; 37; 36; 35; 34?